More partygoers than ever before to celebrate Christmas at trinity park

More partygoers than ever before to celebrate Christmas at trinity park

The party season is just around the corner, the popular dodgems are returning and the Trinity Park Events Centre will be transformed in to a Cirque De La Saison extravaganza. There are limited spaces available as more people than ever before have booked to party at Trinity Park this Christmas.

Trinity Park is a superb place to party with friends, family, colleagues or team mates, bringing people together to raise a glass and celebrate a brilliant 2018.  For those who are yet to book a Christmas party and are eager to attend one of the renowned party nights, they do still have a few spaces available.

Get in touch with the events team if you would like to discuss the availability or book.

Here are ten reasons to party at Trinity Park this Christmas!

  • Dodgems and dancing
  • They do the organising you do the partying! The experienced and organised events team will take the stress out of your party planning
  • Delicious food – enjoy a three-course meal cooked up by the in-house catering team using the finest local produce
  • Friends and festivities – does it get much better? Start the festive season as you mean to go on, fun, friends and fabulous partying
  • Have you got a competitive edge? Battle it out in the party games
  • Be amazed by the CIRQUE DE LA SAISON astounding performances
  • The boring stuff (that matters really!) – free unlimited parking & a convenient venue
  • Pop the prosecco – lots of your favourite tipple is waiting
  • Large groups very welcome – the venue can cater for up to 400 guests
  • Party the night away – don’t stop dancing until 1am

Trinity Park Christmas Party nights run from Friday 30th November to Sunday 23rd  December. Too busy to party in the December? Join them in January on either Friday 4th or Saturday 5th December for just £44.00 per person. For more information please visit the website.

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